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We should cherish our veterans

To the editor: It’s so hard to imagine giving your life for your country and its well-being. But there have been so many courageous individuals throughout history who have done…

Upset over cemetery rules

To the editor: What is going on with the changes at Grove Cemetery? I became aware of a change at the cemetery, that all decorations are being removed off the…

Private property advocate

Private property advocate

This cartoon was submitted by Ed Rogers of Kenton, a self-described “private property advocate”. He also has spoken out against the Scioto Ridge Wind Farm.…

Excellent care received

To the editor: My journey started on March 31. I fell at my apartment and couldn’t get up, so I called my son and then we had to call the…

Investigate hospice services

To the editor: I read the letter to the editor from Mrs. Wilcox with much interest as I also had an experience regarding a local hospice group (not Hardin Hospice)…

Thanks for installing hand rails

To the editor: We would like to extend a big thank you to the athletic boosters for putting hand rails on the bleachers. This is something that has been needed…

‘Boost up’ appreciated

To the editor: A big thank you to the Kenton Athletic Boosters who donated over $10,000 for the installation of handrails at Robinson Field. Our community is fortunate to have…

Help people with disabilities

To the editor: Harco Industries is a place for adults with disabilities to come and learn how to adapt and work in the community. It teaches them many things like…

Support services for disabled

To the editor: Have you ever thought about being a disabled person or having someone very close to you with a physical or mental handicap? We could not know the…

Continue quality services

To the editor: As a parent of an autistic 15-year-old with cerebral palsy, finding a school in our community that provided his educational needs is now one less worry for…